The Romero Cabin

Originally built in 1913 on Pajarito Mesa, the Romero homestead cabin was moved to the Los Alamos Historic district in the 1980s to save it from a road construction project. The cabin was restored in 2008 from the ground up with a grant from the National Park Service. In 2010, the cabin was furnished and interpreted for the first time. Visitors may now step back in time nearly 100 years to learn what life was like for the early settlers on the Pajarito Plateau.

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Latitude: 35.882822 Longitude: -106.3015544 Elevation: 7330 ft
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About this Establishment

Time Period Represented

Homestead era, 1885-1943

Hours Open

Vary

Visitor Fees

Free

Seasons Open

Summer

ADA Accessibility Notes

Not ADA accessible due to front steps

Pet Friendly Notes

No pets, please

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